What does D′Alembert’s principle state that “The system of forces acting on a body in motion and the Inertia force of the body is in dynamic equilibrium” But how does this helpfull? Where it is applied? Do you know Newton’s second law (Law of acceleration)? What did it state? It states F=ma. Whereas F = […]
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The Flywheel, so-called the Energy reservoir also some times referred to as the inertia ring. This is used to store the energy during the period when the supply of energy is more than the required and utilise it during the period when it is less than the required in the cyclic operation. Flywheel In the […]
What is the Turning Moment Diagram? The turning_moment diagram is the plot between the turning moment of the crank to the position of the crank. It is also known as the Crank-Effort Diagram since it represents the crank-effort for various positions of the crank. Turning Moment Diagram As we said above the turning_moment diagram is […]
As we have discussed the different types of gears and their classifications and the gear terminology to start study more about the gears. The word “Gear train” defined as the one or more gears are meshed together to transmit the power between the driven and driven shafts. It is also called as the train of […]
In the other article, we have discussed the classification of gears according to the different criteria, but in this article, we are going to discuss the different types of gears irrespective of these criteria. The gears may be classified as different types according to the shaft arrangement (Parallel, intersecting, non-parallel &non-intersecting), according to the gear […]